11 Gorgeous Ideas for Spring Kitchen Decor

Spring has arrived and our home decor should reflect the arrival of the season. Love decorating your kitchen? Here are 11 ideas for spring kitchen decor to help you create the kitchen of your dreams.

Since we spend so much time in our kitchens, it’s another room that we should give a shot of spring. I’ve gathered some wonderful spring kitchen decor to inspire your kitchen decorating.

The colors and accessories of spring will look fabulous in any kitchen style. You have so many possibilities, it’s helpful to narrow down the options. How do you do that? For starters, browse this post.

These ideas will help you find just that perfect look you want for your spring kitchen decor.

11 Gorgeous Ideas for Spring Kitchen Decor

Where do you get ideas to decorate your kitchen for spring?

  • Shopping your own home is the first step. Reusing, recycling and rearranging is always the first thing I do. Old items become new again when used in a different way or a different place. Remember, most of the spring items you use have probably not been seen in months!!
  • Before I start decorating a new area of our home, I first look to see how I decorated an area the previous year. One of the benefits of being a blogger, you can look back at last year’s decor on your blog.
  • I browse through magazines to get ideas. Since magazines come a month in advance, this is a great source.
  • My favorite resource is Pinterest. Let your thumbs do the browsing. Search for spring kitchen decor ideas and you will get a ton of ideas. Save the ones you really like and visit those blogs.
  • Create a Pinterest Board for the seasons. I recently created a new board, Spring Home Decor for all ideas springy. If it gets too big, I’ll break it down by rooms.
  • And, let’s not forget Google.


Pinterest is designed for discovery and inspiration. There are millions of ideas on the platform. And, let’s face it, we can all go down the Pinterest rabbit hole.

To help you navigate a little faster to find spring kitchen decor ideas, I’ve narrowed down some choices for you. These are some of the prettiest kitchen ideas for spring I found.

I suggest that you visit the first one and then come back here to see the second one and so on.

Just like the spring living room post I shared, you will probably notice some common themes of the spring kitchens I’m highlighting.


I love bright, light, and clean in a kitchen. This image from Cami of Tidbits shouted SPRING to me. She shared her spring kitchen tour as part of a larger spring home tour, so scroll down a bit to the section on the kitchen.

spring kitchen with blue and white dishes

Elements I love:

  • white counters and cabinets
  • blue and white dishes
  • pops of pink
  • blue mason jars ~ I have a bunch that I love
  • blue and white stripe dishtowel
  • cutting boards ~ I have those, too

Can you guess the color scheme I’m attracted to? You will see it again.


I love this styling from Sarah of Grace in my Space. It definitely has a light spring vibe. The cabinet and small set of drawers has a vintage look that is so cozy.

spring kitchen with chalkboard

Elements I love:

  • white cabinets
  • glass front cabinets
  • white dishes
  • vintage drawer set and olive basket
  • subway tile
  • farmhouse chalkboard
  • farmhouse sign
  • wood cutting boards
  • baskets
  • greenery


I can’t resist flowers, especially pink ones. Heather of Setting for Four uses beautiful roses to set a calming, happy feeling in her spring kitchen.

spring kitchen with rug and white counters

Elements I love:

  • white cabinets and counter
  • pink roses and pink liquid soap dispenser
  • blue patterned runner
  • white crocks with kitchen utensils
  • subway tile


You can’t beat Yvonne of Stonegable Blog for a gal who knows how to style a kitchen. She makes simple go a long way.

kitchen counter with green plants

Elements I love:

  • white counters and cabinets
  • interesting backsplash
  • large basket with branches
  • apothecary jars on counter
  • simple planters with green plants


If you have ever wanted a wood beam in your kitchen, then this spring kitchen from The Mimi Odyssey is for you.

kitchen with wood beam and wood shelves

Elements I love:

  • barely blue lower cabinets
  • wood beam and wood open shelving
  • wood cutting board
  • basket tray
  • white pitcher with flowering branches
  • dishes ~ cake stand, bowl and blue cups
  • pendant lights


If French elegance is your style, then this glamorous kitchen from mother and daughter duo, Lacey and Kim of Styled with Lace should make you swoon.

kitchen with chandeliers and pink flowers

Elements I love:

  • stunning crystal chandeliers
  • detail on kitchen stools
  • sign on cooktop vent
  • white crocks with kitchen utensils
  • wood cutting boards
  • white vase with pink flowers
  • cake stand with cookies


This spring color palette from Michaela Diane Designs is a soft natural one with foliage art prints as a focal point.

spring kitchen with open wood shelves

Elements I love:

  • open wood shelving with metal brackets
  • wood cutting boards
  • containers with greenery
  • large glass vase with white hydrangeas
  • foliage art prints


Krista of The Happy Housie and I have a similar esthetic. Her coastal color palette speaks to the tropical vibe my kitchen sometimes has.

coastal kitchen with aqua dishes

Elements I love:

  • shiplap on side of counter
  • bright colors
  • white shaker cabinets
  • large window
  • bin pulls (I have similar ones.)
  • blue runner
  • coastal color palette
  • pink flowers
  • aqua cake stand


Karen of Sanctuary Home Decor has added spring touches that will make working in this kitchen a pleasure.

spring kitchen with island and pink flowers

Elements I love:

  • dark blue/grey lower cabinets
  • wood beams
  • large window
  • glass front upper cabinets
  • wood cutting boards
  • wood cake stand
  • pink flowers and eucalyptus in white dough bowl
  • pink flowers in white pitcher


One of my favorite designers is Randi Garrett. She has a light and bright, classy and chic esthetic that I love. When I saw her blue and white spring kitchen, my blue~lovin’ heart fluttered.

blue and white spring kitchen

What I loved about this spring kitchen:

  • blue check pillows on the table chairs
  • blue and white dishtowels
  • blue/grey cache pots
  • brass fixtures
  • the blue runner
  • touches of pink in the flowers


I have to share my own kitchen decked out for spring. It’s full of bright pastels. I used dishes, bowls, jars, and flowers to insert spring color into my almost all~white kitchen. I also have several tips for updating your kitchen with spring fever.

spring kitchen in pastels


You might have picked up on some of the common themes in the spring decor of these 11 kitchens. I think an exercise like this helps us define our style and home decor preferences, regardless of the room.

  • white cabinets and backsplashes
  • light and bright, natural light
  • flowers and/or greenery
  • pops of spring color, especially pink and blue
  • natural elements, especially wood
  • white dishes
  • a slight farmhouse vibe with vintage accessories
  • wood cutting boards

Do you see a trend in the elements that you are attracted to in these spring kitchen decor examples? Make a list and then you’ll be ready to create your spring kitchens.

Any spring kitchen can easily morph into a summer kitchen with just a few adjustments. That’s a good thing.

Have a great time browsing. I’d love to know what you think of these 11 spring kitchens. Which ones are your favorites? Let me know in the comments.

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    1. Hi Carol (another one!), Thank you for your comment. Yes, lots of white ~ always works as the foundation of a kitchen. Thanks for Pinning.

  1. I love the kitchens you have shown! I see a wood tray with beaded handles on your island, may I ask where you purchased the tray? I love the fact that you used your decoupaged containers and greenery balls in it.
    Thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas!

    1. Coette, Thank you very much for the nice comment. I replied in another comment that I bought the tray at Kirkland’s a few years ago. I added a link in the post to the only similar one I could find. I hope that helps. I do love that tray, too.

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